Right. You're dazzled by their Hollywood glamour for a moment, but later you realise it might not actually have been wise to loan your car to this random person.okay, but it is still forcing (if save fails) you to feel a fake connection, and unlike time/skill (aka acutally becoming a friendly aquintence) you loose it after an amount of time,
Yeah, that is super weird. Why it is 'will' and not 'might'? Is there no option for them not minding it?and in the case of friends they not only know but it says they WILL become hostil after.
I mean because the assumption is that the rogue ability is not magic. It is just the character being naturally super charming and likeable.I don't see how a 9th level rogue ability (I think the only one) is any different then a 1st level spell. either way, even if we build in an exception for the rogue (I don't know why but to just for sake of argument)
Sure.the charm spell itself still is at the very least a murky subject (and I would say an evil act)
And frankly, I would prefer if the way it works would be more explicitly spelled out. Is the target's mind magically addled, or is the caster's persuasion magically boosted? (Sort of targeted illusion.) Whilst the latter could still be somewhat questionable, it to me would be far less problematic than the former.